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Menu operation

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By turning the click dial the menu items available in a menu can be selected. Each selected menu item has an inverse field designated as the cursor. Many of the available functions are executed directly by pressing the click dial. Some open a submenu with further functions. Each menu has the hidden Return menu item. This menu item only becomes visible if you get to the top end of a menu (turn click dial anti-clockwise).
Each menu also has the hidden Main menu item. This menu item only becomes visible if you get to the bottom end of a menu (turn click dial clockwise).
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Select Main to recall the main display. This function can also be executed at any time by pressing the MAIN button 5.
Select Return to go to the next highest menu.

Selecting from a list

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Pop-up menus

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For some menu items lists are called up. You can navigate these lists using the cursor.
Move cursor up or down by turning the click dial. Press the click dial to confirm your selection. Further list entries are displayed when the cursor is moved to the top or bottom area of the display. A scroll bar at the right-hand display area shows the current cursor position within the entire list. The number of list entries appears in the top display line. In some lists the last selected list entries are marked with a k before the list entry.
In certain cases the display shows additional notes and information of the Infotainment System or other vehicle components as a pop-up. For this purpose, the currently displayed menu is overlaid with the pop-up. You have to confirm some of the pop-ups (e.g. the safety warnings of the navigation), others will automatically disappear after a short period. In CD mode, for example, the traffic station is displayed during a traffic announcement when TP is active.

Recalling main functions

The main functions are recalled using the NAVI, AUDIO, SOUND and BC buttons.
Selecting audio source If the Radio or CD menu is displayed:
To recall the Navigation menu, press the NAVI button 4. Press the AUDIO button f to access the Radio, CD/MP3 CD sources. Press the SOUND button 8 to recall the sound settings menu of the currently active audio source. Press the BC button b to display the functions of the trip computer 3.
Press the AUDIO button f to switch between the Radio, CD/MP3 CD audio sources.
If you are in one of the other menus (e.g. Navigation, Settings, etc.):
Press the AUDIO button f once. The Radio or CD/MP3 menu appears on the display. Press the AUDIO button f again to change audio source. If no CD (audio or MP3) is inserted into the audio CD slot 3 of the Infotainment System, the Infotainment System prompts you to insert a CD. Selecting audio source using the Audio menu

Press the MAIN button 5. Select the Audio K function in the main display. Press the click dial. Select the Return menu item. The Audio menu (Audio selection page) with the FM, AM, CD and Sound menu items is displayed. Select the AM, FM or CD menu item to switch to the desired audio source. The selected audio source is played. The Infotainment System automatically switches to the display page of the selected audio source (AM-AS or CD menu).

Audio sources

The available audio sources are radio (AM/ FM) and CD (audio/MP3). Radio: You can choose between the FM (VHF) and AM (MW) wavebands. CD/MP3: The CD player integrated into the Infotainment System supports audio CDs as well as CDs in MP3 format.
To increase driving safety and improve control comfort, the Infotainment System can be conveniently operated via the steering wheel buttons. Depending on the vehicle type, two different types of steering wheel remote controls are installed. The steering wheel remote control has other functions in conjunction with the Mobile Phone Portal 3. See instructions for Mobile Phone Portal.
+ / - buttons 5 and 6 Volume control

Steering wheel 2:

thumbwheel 1 Menu navigation
Press the + buttons briefly once or several times to gradually increase the volume. Press the - buttons briefly once or several times to gradually reduce the volume. If the button is pressed for longer, the volume changes continuously.
Turn the thumbwheel up/down to move the cursor up/down in the menus. Press the thumbwheel to confirm a menu item.
} button 2 Radio: Next station memory
O button 4 Switching functions

Steering wheel 1:

j / k buttons 1 and 2 Cursor buttons
Tap the O button to switch between the Radio and CD/MP3 mode.
Press the } button to recall the next stored station 0. 9 in the selected waveband.
Press j or k to move the cursor to the left or right or up and down in menus. The j / k buttons have the same functions as turning the click dial, see page 85.

Select the Manual menu item. Depending on the selected waveband FM Manual or AM manual is displayed in the top display line. The frequency range of the set waveband is displayed. The pointer shows the currently set reception frequency. Turn the click dial clockwise to gradually increase the reception frequency. Turn the click dial anti-clockwise to gradually reduce the reception frequency. Press the click dial to confirm the selected reception frequency and exit manual frequency tuning.

Station memory

In each waveband, 10 stations (radio programmes) can be stored under memory locations 0 to 9. The memory locations can be selected using the number buttons 0 to 9 or using the Station menu item in the Radio menu. Storing stations using the Radio menu Tune to the desired waveband and station.
Recalling stored stations
Select the Store menu item in the Radio menu. Then select the position in the station list where the set station is to be stored.
Using the rocker switch d: Rough tuning
Press and hold search button I or J until the frequency of the required station is almost reached. Press search button I or J repeatedly until the exact station frequency appears in the display.

Fine tuning

The following options are available in the "Extras" submenu: AS level This option is used to change to the Autostore level of the current waveband. Detailed information about the Autostore function can be found in the Autostore (Automatic storing) section of this chapter, page 98. Traffic stations This function is used to select one of the traffic stations currently receivable.
PTY selection (only FM) Many RDS stations transmit a PTY code that indicates the type of programme being broadcast (e.g. News). The PTY code enables selection of the station according to programme type.
Select the PTY selection menu item in the FM Extras menu. The list of selectable programme types appears.
Autostore (Automatic storage)
The station with the strongest signal in your current reception area is found in this way.
Select the AS level menu item in the AM Extras or the FM Extras menu. The Infotainment System automatically switches to the Autostore level of the selected waveband (AM-AS or FM-AS). This is indicated by the AS symbol in the main display. Select the Autostore menu item in the AM AS or the FM AS Radio menu. The automatic search is started, the frequencies of the 10 strongest stations from the current reception area are stored in the AS memory locations. Previous stations stored in the AS memory locations are overwritten. RDS is activated during automatic storage in the FM waveband and then remains active. If TP is switched on before or during automatic storage, the Infotainment System calls up a memory location containing a traffic information station when the station search ends.

Select the desired programme type from the list. A list of the receivable stations of the selected programme type is displayed. Select the desired station from the list. If no corresponding station is found, No station available is displayed and the previously selected station will be played.

PTY station (only FM)

Select the PTY station menu item in the FM Extras menu. A list of all stations with a valid programme type is displayed. Select the desired station from the list. Some stations will also change the PTY code depending on the broadcast content.
If TP is switched on during automatic storage, the search remains active until at least one automatically stored TP station has been found. The memory locations of the AS level may also be stored manually, see Station memory section, page 96. Returning to FM or AM level
RDS is a European service provided by broadcasting companies, which makes finding the required VHF programme much easier and aids good reception. When the RDS function is switched on, RDS stations are recognised by the fact that the programme name is displayed instead of the station frequency. RDS stations transmit information which is automatically evaluated by the RDS radio or when the RDS function is active. RDS and the REG and TP functions associated with RDS can be set in the Audio Settings menu:

In the Audio menu:

Press the SETTINGS button c. The Audio Settings menu appears.
Switching RDS on/off Select the RDS menu item in the Audio Settings menu. The RDS menu appears. There are now two options for influencing the RDS behaviour of the Infotainment System:
Select the Extras menu item in the FM AS or the AM AS Radio menu. Then select the FM level or AM level menu item to return to the FM or AM memory level.
1. RDS always activated Press On to activate RDS.
Activating RDS provides the following advantages: The Infotainment System will only tune to RDS stations when searching automatically. The display shows the programme name of the set station instead of the frequency. The Infotainment System always tunes to the transmitter frequency with the best reception for the selected radio programme using AF (alternative frequency).

2. Automatic RDS

Activate Automatic. This function ensures that the radio treats RDS stations as if RDS had been activated even when RDS is switched off (functions like PS, AF, PTY, etc. are active). The automatic search does not respond to non-RDS stations.
REG (Regionalisation) Some RDS stations transmit different regional programmes over different frequencies at certain times. Switching on Regionalisation (RDS must be activated) In the Audio Settings menu:

does not release the driver from his responsibility for proper and prudent behaviour on the road. The Highway Code must always be observed. If the guidance information contradicts the traffic regulations, the traffic regulations always take precedence. For further information, see page 81.
Important notes on the function of the navigation system In principle, the system is functional with poor GPS reception, although the accuracy of the positioning may be impaired by poor or interrupted GPS reception or errors can occur in the determination of the position, which result in incorrect position reporting. Poor GPS reception is indicated by the crossed out GPS symbol in the main display. After the destination address or a specific destination (next petrol station, hotel, etc.) has been entered, the route from the current location to the selected destination is calculated. Guidance will take place using voice output and by a directional arrow, with the aid of a coloured map display 3 or a combination 3 of both displays. Voice output and the directional arrow on the display recommend the next change in travel direction.
The navigation system will lead you reliably and safely without tedious map reading to your desired destination. Using dynamic guidance, the current traffic situation will be taken into account when calculating the route, if required. For this purpose, the Infotainment System receives the traffic reports of the current reception area via RDS TMC. However, the navigation system is not able to take into account the relevant traffic situation, temporary changes to traffic regulations and any hazards or obstructions (e.g. roadworks) which may occur.
The navigation system of the Infotainment System enables you to be guided to your destination even without knowing the local area.
Functioning of the navigation system
The position and movements of the vehicle are recorded by the navigation system via sensors. The distance travelled is determined by the vehicle speedometer signal, rotary motion in curves is detected by a gyro sensor (inertial compass). The position is determined via the GPS (Global Positioning System) satellites. The position can be calculated within a range of approx. 10 m by comparing the sensor signals with the digital map on the navigation DVD/CD.
Inserting navigation DVD/CD
Insert the navigation DVD/CD printed side up into the DVD/CD slot g just sufficiently for it to be automatically retracted. Press the ) button h. The DVD/CD is ejected. If you do not remove the DVD/CD from the DVD/CD slot within 10 seconds, the Infotainment System will retract it for driving safety reasons.

Entering letters

Characters for navigation are entered by selecting letters from a list of letters, digits and special characters. When you enter a town or road name, for example, an input menu will appear. In the following, it will simply be called typewriter.
The Infotainment System automatically completes entries with the possible further characters. Deleting characters When you have entered the wrong character:
CD 70 NAVI only: In the event that the destination is in a different country, it might not be stored on the current navigation CD. In this case, you should first input a larger city near the destination which is stored on the CD. After you have reached this city, insert the navigation CD of the destination country and input the destination town.
Move the cursor to the desired character by turning the click dial. The currently selected character is highlighted. Confirm the selection by pressing the click dial. The selected character will be transferred to the input field.
Select the jC menu item in the typewriter. The last character selected is deleted. If the Infotainment System has automatically completed characters, these characters are also deleted again.
Cancelling entering characters
Turn the click dial anti-clockwise until the hidden menu item Cancel is displayed. Select Cancel to finish entering characters. The Destin. input menu is displayed.
Lists During destination input the List menu item can be selected on the typewriter. Depending on the character string entered so far, the number of entries in the list is displayed after the menu item. When entering a character or a character combination the selection options in the corresponding list are reduced. If there are fewer than 7 entries in the list, the selection list is automatically displayed. Cancelling list selection Typewriter for name input In addition to upper case letters, numbers and special characters, lower case letters are also available for entering names (addresses in address book, tours, etc.). In addition, you also have the option of editing a name during the input using a movable cursor.

Destin. input

Vicinity current position: Shows you POIs depending on your current position. Vicinity destination: Shows you all POIs at the destination. In other towns: Shows you POIs in the town of your choice. Nationwide: Shows you POIs of nationwide importance (e.g. airports, ferries, etc.). Select one of the selection criteria listed above. The list of possible categories is displayed (e.g. car rental, hotel, town centre, etc.). Select the desired category. A list of POIs of the selected category is displayed.
Select the POIs menu item in the Destin. input menu. The Select POIs menu is displayed.
You can now select POIs according to the following criteria:
If more than six POIs are available for the selected category, the "typewriter" will be displayed. When selecting Vicinity current location a list of at most 45 points of interest in the selected category is always displayed, sorted based on distance from current location. With open typewriter:
Limit the number of destinations by entering one or several initial characters or select the List menu item. Select the required destination from the list.

Destination memory

The destination memory of the Infotainment System allows you to store destinations that you use more frequently for guidance. In addition, the destinations last used for guidance are stored in the destination memory. If navigation is inactive:
The destination memory list has the following entries available: Last destinat.: The list of destinations last used for guidance is displayed. Home: Recalls the stored home address. Addressbook: All addresses that are already stored in the address book (in alphabetical order).
When list is displayed: Select the required destination directly from the list. After a destination has been selected, the Destin. input menu will be displayed again. The top lines show the destination selected and the destination town.
Select the Destination mem. menu item in the Navigation menu. The destination memory list appears.

Select the required destination from the destination memory list. Select the Delete menu item to delete the displayed destination from the address book. Confirm the deletion. The destination is deleted from the address book. If you want to delete all saved destinations from the address book in one go, select the Delete lists menu item from the Navi Settings menu, see page 141.
Enter the desired destination address. Select the Save menu item. The typewriter appears. Accept the specified name using OK,
add characters to the specified name by selecting from the character list,
The Tours menu provides you with the option of driving to a series of various destination one after the other without having to enter each destination individually. You only need to enter the individual stations of the tour once via the destination input or the destination memory and store this tour under a freely selectable name. The tour memory can store a total of 7 tours each with a maximum of 10 stages. With Colour Info Display 3:

Entering new tour

Starting tour
Select the Add tour menu item in the Tours menu. The typewriter appears. Enter a name for the new tour. Select OK to save the name entered. This will take you automatically to the menu for editing a tour. You can now enter tour stages (intermediate destinations) as described under Editing tour. See page 118.
Select the desired tour from the Tours menu. Then select Start tour to start guidance to the first stage of the tour.
Start tour from. You have the option of starting a tour from a certain stage.
Select the desired tour from the Tours menu. Select Start from. The list of tour stages in the selected tour is displayed. Select the desired stage from the list to start guidance to the selected stage of the tour.
Select the Journey menu item in the Navigation menu. Then select Tours.
With Graphic Info Display: Select the Tours menu item in the Navigation menu. The Tours menu is displayed.
Showing tour With this function it is possible to view the list of tour stages (intermediate destinations) for the selected tour.
Editing tour You have the following options in the Edit menu: Destin. input: Here you can add new destinations to the tour. Destination mem.: Here you can add destinations from the destination memory to the tour. Move: Here you can move stages within the selected tour. Delete: Here you can delete individual stages of the selected tour or the entire tour.

Adding tour stages

Select the Destin. input or Destination mem. menu item in the Edit menu. Enter a new destination or select a destination from the destination memory. Select Add to add the selected destination to the tour. The list of stages already stored for the tour is displayed. Then move the cursor by turning the click dial to the position in the list in front of which the new stage is to be inserted. Press the click dial to position the new stage in front of the highlighted entry. Select (Insert at end) if the new stage is to be placed at the end of the list.

In the main menu, select Journey.
Select the Menu menu item on the guidance screen. Select the Journey menu item. In the Journey menu, select Addition. Info. The overview of additional information stored on the navigation DVD is displayed. Select the desired provider from the list. If additional information from a supplier is available, the selection is displayed directly via the search options.
To narrow down the search, this may be followed by a multistage query, presented in the form of lists, from which the respective subcategories can be selected (e. g. All hotels, Categories, Extras, Search by name).
Select the desired search option from the list.

Using the browser

Press the search button q or w d to jump from one option to another. The selected option is always highlighted (in different ways depending on layout of search pages and supplier). Press the search button J or I d to scroll up or down page by page. Press the click dial to confirm the selected option or the activated link.
The browser also has a dynamic menu. As soon as the click dial is turned, the following menu items are available: Select : Confirms the highlighted option. Homepage: Goes to the overview page for the selected supplier (if available) History: Displays the list of previously viewed pages. Previous page: Retrieves the previous page in the history. Next page: Retrieves the next page in the history.
Display of the results After you have started a search, the Infotainment displays the results of the search in the form of a list. The results include the address of the facilities, the hit percentage and the distance from the current location. You can display detailed information on the facilities using the symbol. You can open the next page of results using the symbol. You can open the previous page of results using the symbol. Transfer to navigation system In the detail view, you can transfer the selected facility to the navigation system as a new destination via the symbol.

Petrol stop 3

As soon as the range calculated by the board computer has dropped below a certain distance, the Infotainment System informs you with a message and offers you the option of planning a route to a petrol station nearby.

The following information is available in the Info menu: Audio parameters The top two lines show information about the Audio function. Symbols for the audio source settings (e.g. FM/AM for the selected waveband, [TP], REG, etc.). Set radio station or current CD/MP3 track. Display symbols see page 84.

TMC settings

This submenu allows you to set the parameters for TMC messages. The following options are available: Info type
Filtering Select which type of TMC traffic message is to be displayed:
All messages: All traffic messages received via RDS TMC are displayed.
Information on navigation
Select which type of traffic message is to be displayed. The first list entry All Info types enables you to switch all message types on or off simultaneously. Info types that are not active are not announced and are not shown in the message list or the map display 3. Urgent danger warnings cannot be deactivated.
Along calculated route: All traffic messages for the current route are displayed.
Vicinity current position: All traffic
Select the NAVI menu item in the Info menu. The Info menu for the navigation is displayed.
messages for the area around the current vehicle position are displayed.
Vicinity destination: All traffic messages
within 50 km of the current destination input are displayed. To view TMC messages press the INFO button and then select the TMC menu item.
The following detailed information on navigation is available:

TMC map

(only Colour Info Display) See TMC messages on the map, page 134.
See TMC messages on the next page.
Sorting criteria Select the criterion for sorting the list of TMC traffic messages:
Distance: Traffic messages are
Shows your current vehicle position with city, road and geographical coordinates. With adequate GPS reception the altitude above sea level is shown in addition. The accuracy of the altitude depends widely on the quality of GPS reception.
displayed sorted based on distance from the current location or from the destination (depending on the setting in the Filtering category). Street: Traffic messages are displayed sorted based on street name.
Select the Save menu item to save your current vehicle position in the address book.

TMC station This submenu allows you to select the station to be used for TMC traffic messages. If Automatic is active, the Infotainment System automatically selects the RDS-TMC station with the strongest signal. If the manually selected RDS-TMC station can no longer be received (e.g. because you have driven out of the stations reception range), the Infotainment switches automatically to Automatic and searches for an RDSTMC station to ensure that traffic messages are available.

Destination

Shows the position of the current destination with city, road, geographical coordinates as well as the remaining travel distance and the journey time or arrival time.

Route list

Displays the routing with all roads to be travelled and their distances to the current destination.
View TMC messages in detail
Select the desired list entry. Detailed information on the selected traffic information is displayed. The list of traffic messages can also be accessed using the TMC Info menu item in the Info menu for the navigation.
Selecting station for TMC messages
Traffic situation information

TMC messages

See TMC station, page 133.
TMC messages on the map (only Colour Info Display) All traffic messages that the Infotainment System currently receives via RDS-TMC can be displayed on the TMC map as symbols. In addition, detailed information can be retrieved for every traffic problem displayed on the map.
Select the TMC menu item in the Info menu. The traffic information broadcast by the currently received RDS TMC station is displayed in short form in a list. Only those messages are displayed whose info type is activated in the TMC Settings menu. See page 132. For RDS TMC traffic information to be displayed, the navigation DVD/CD must be inserted in the Infotainment System. RDS TMC reception is only guaranteed, if the TMC symbol appears in the display.
Select the NAVI menu item in the Info menu, then the menu item TMC map. The position map with all the traffic problems signalled via RDS-TMC is displayed. For RDS TMC traffic information to be displayed, the navigation DVD/CD must be inserted in the Infotainment System. RDS TMC reception is only guaranteed, if the TMC symbol appears in the display.
Depiction of TMC symbols The TMC symbols are displayed differently depending on the scale of the map: Map scale larger than 10 km: The traffic hold-ups are displayed as triangles with a directional arrow. The arrow indicates the travel direction of the road obstruction. Map scale of 10 km and smaller: The symbol indicates the type of traffic hold-up (e. g. accident, roadblock). The road section affected is marked with arrows. Overview of TMC symbols see page 145.

General notes

In the case of a malfunction we recommend you contact an authorised Opel/Vauxhall dealer.

GPS reception

GPS reception can be impaired under trees or between high buildings. No GPS reception is possible in multi-storey car parks, tunnels, etc. In the event that no 3D position (longitude, latitude, altitude) can be established, the symbol appears in the main display. After transporting the vehicle for a long time, for example by ferry, it can take up to 15 minutes until the Infotainment System has established the current GPS position. If required, wait until the symbol is no longer displayed in the main display.

Maintenance and Care

Please note the following when using the Infotainment System: Do not attempt to open the product. Improper handling may result in the unit being damaged. Do not use any abrasive chemicals, cleaning solutions or strong cleaners to clean the product. Use a soft cloth moistened with soapy water to clean your unit. The Infotainment System must only be serviced by trained specialists. Faulty installation, assembly or servicing can have dangerous consequences and may invalidate the unit's warranty.

VHF reception

For VHF car radio reception: Despite the sophisticated technology, differences to domestic radio reception (including RDS stations) may be evident in the form of interference. The vehicle operating instructions provide information on the physical causes of such defects.
Purchasing navigation DVDs/CDs
The digital road maps on the navigation DVD/CD are the basis for the navigation. A current navigation DVD/CD for a region is supplied with the unit. For further navigation DVDs/CDs for other countries we recommend you contact an authorised Opel/Vauxhall dealer.
Power supply interruption
After connecting the battery it can take up to 15 minutes until the Infotainment System has established the current GPS position.

Unit cooling

With higher operating or ambient temperatures an electric fan will start automatically. This fan will run for some time after the Infotainment System has been switched off.

Handling DVDs/CDs

Avoid finger marks when handling DVDs/ CDs. After removing from the DVD/CD player, put DVDs/CDs back into the sleeve immediately, to protect them from damage and dirt. Dirt and liquids on DVDs/CDs can contaminate the lens of the DVD/CD player in the unit and lead to malfunctions. Store DVDs/CDs away from heat and direct sunlight.

Update stations.. 96 User.. 106
Vicinity current position.113, 120, 132 Vicinity destination.113, 120, 132 View.. 129
Nationwide... 113 NAVI..132, 134 Navi Announc.. 138 Next page.. 121
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(e.g. under bridges, in the forest or between high buildings).
The acoustic guidance instructions are disabled.
MP3 The loaded CD contains MP3 files.
Trip computer function The symbols of the trip computer are described in the vehicle operating instructions.

Operation

The extensive functions of the Infotainment System are controlled using function buttons and menus. The steering wheel remote control 3 allows you to safely and conveniently operate the Infotainment System without having to take your hands off the steering wheel. Steering wheel remote control 3 see page 77.

Setting the volume

To adjust the volume, turn the P rotary control 1. When the Infotainment System is switched on, the last selected volume is set if this is lower than the maximum start-up volume. The maximum start-up volume and the volume of navigation messages and traffic announcements can be adjusted separately, see page 116.
The click dial 6 is the central control element of the Infotainment System. It controls almost all the system functions by means of menus. Turn: selects commands, menu options or letters.

Click dial

Switching on and off
Briefly press the P button 1 to switch the Infotainment System on and off. You will hear the last audio source selected. When the unit is switched off and the ignition is switched on, time, outside temperature and date are displayed.

Mute function

Press and hold the P rotary control 1 to mute the Infotainment System. When TP is switched on, traffic announcements continue to be heard. When navigation is active you will continue to hear the voice announcements.
Press: confirms the displayed selection.
Switching on and off with the ignition key (ignition logic)
If the Infotainment System is switched on, it can be switched off and on automatically by removing or inserting and turning the ignition key. The ignition logic can be deactivated in the Settings menu, see page 114.

Cancelling mute function

Press P rotary control again, turn P rotary control to cancel the mute function.

Automatic switch off

If the Infotainment System was switched on via the P rotary control, it switches off automatically one hour after the ignition key is removed.

Main display

The main display is the display shown after switching on the Infotainment System. It can be recalled at any time from a different menu display using the MAIN button 5. It shows the three main functions:
K Audio, Navigation and Trip computer.
Turn the click dial to call up the display of the required function. The display varies depending on the equipment of the vehicle.

Selecting waveband

The Infotainment System provides two wavebands: FM (VHF) and AM (MW). In addition, each of the wavebands has an Autostore memory locationwhere stations can be automatically stored. Depending on the waveband selected the top display line shows: FM FM AS AM AM AS
Select the desired waveband FM or AM. The Autostore level is accessed using the Extras menu item in the Radio menu. See Autostore on page 83.
Press the AUDIO button f once. The display shows the Radio menu and you hear the currently selected audio source (in this case, CD). Press the AUDIO button f again. The audio source is changed.
To change the waveband proceed as follows: In the Radio menu:
Select the Return menu item. The audio menu with the FM and AM wavebands is displayed.

Automatic search

Using the Radio menu:

Station list

To recall a station stored under one of the memory locations 0 to 9 (station buttons):
Select the Ij or the kI menu item in the Radio menu. Briefly press search button q or w d. The Infotainment System will tune to the next receivable radio station. If RDS or traffic programmes (TP) are switched on, the search only searches for stations transmitting RDS or traffic programme signals. RDS see page 84; traffic programmes (TP) see page 86. If no station is found, the Infotainment System automatically switches to a more sensitive search level.

Using the rocker switch:

Select the Station menu item in the Radio menu. The station list of the current waveband AM or FM is displayed. Select the desired station from the station list.
The following functions are available in the Radio menu:
Ij and kI: Automatic search upwards
and downwards. station list.
Only in the FM waveband: The Infotainment System will additionally create a list of all receivable stations of the current reception area. The stations currently stored under the memory locations are displayed at the start of the station list. Below these you will find all the currently receivable stations.
Station: Selecting a station from the Store: Storing the currently selected Manual: Switching manual search on. Extras: Changing to Autostore level,
station under one of the memory locations 0 9.
selection of an FM traffic station for traffic reports and station search by programme type.
Press search button I or J d once or repeatedly to set the frequency stepby-step.
Select the Search available stations menu item to update the station list. The stations stored under the memory locations are not overwritten during this update. The station list is continuously updated by the twin tuner of the Infotainment System.
Manually storing stations

Manual tuning

Stations for which the frequencies are known can be set in this way. Using the Radio menu:

Tune to the desired waveband and station. Press and hold the number key where the selected station is to be stored (0 to 9). The radio mutes briefly and displays the station previously stored at this location. As soon as the set station becomes audible again, the station is stored under this memory location. The selected memory location appears in the display. RDS on or RDS off is stored with the station.
Select the Manual menu item. Depending on the selected waveband FM Manual or AM Manual is displayed in the top display line. The frequency range of the set waveband is displayed. The pointer shows the currently set reception frequency. Turn the click dial clockwise to gradually increase the reception frequency. Turn the click dial anti-clockwise to gradually reduce the reception frequency. Press the click dial to confirm the selected reception frequency and exit manual frequency tuning.

Station memory

In each waveband, 10 stations (radio programmes) can be stored under memory locations 0 to 9. The memory locations can be selected using the number buttons 0 to 9 or using the Station menu item in the Radio menu. Storing stations using the Radio menu Tune to the desired waveband and station.
Recalling stored stations
Select the Store menu item in the Radio menu. Then select the position in the station list where the set station is to be stored.
Recall the desired memory location using the number buttons 0 9, select the desired station from the station list using the Station menu item.
Using the rocker switch d: Rough tuning
Press and hold search button I or J until the frequency of the required station is almost reached. Press search button I or J repeatedly until the exact station frequency appears in the display.

Fine tuning

The following options are available in the Extras submenu: AS level This option is used to change to the Autostore level of the current waveband. Detailed information about the Autostore function can be found in the Autostore (Automatic storing) section of this chapter, page 83. Traffic stations This function is used to select one of the traffic stations currently receivable.

PTY selection (only FM) Many RDS stations transmit a PTY code that indicates the type of programme being broadcast (e.g. News). The PTY code allows the station to be selected according to programme type.
Select the PTY selection menu item in the FM Extras menu. The list of selectable programme types appears.
Autostore (Automatic storage)
The station with the strongest signal in your current reception area is found in this way.
Select the AS level menu item in the AM Extras or the FM Extras menu. The Infotainment System automatically switches to the Autostore level of the selected waveband (AM-AS or FM-AS). This is indicated by the AS symbol in the main display. Select the Autostore menu item in the AM AS or the FM AS Radio menu. The automatic search is started, the frequencies of the 10 strongest stations from the current reception area are stored in the AS memory locations. Previous stations stored in the AS memory locations are overwritten. RDS is activated during automatic storage in the FM waveband and then remains active. If TP is switched on before or during automatic storage, the Infotainment System seeks a memory location containing a traffic information station when the station search ends.
Select the desired program type from the list. A list of the receivable stations of the selected programme type is displayed. Select the desired station from the list. If no corresponding station is found, the previously selected station will be played.

PTY station (only FM)

Select the PTY station menu item in the FM Extras menu. A list of all stations with a valid programme type is displayed. Select the desired station from the list. Some stations will also change the PTY code depending on the broadcast content.
If TP is switched on during automatic storage, the search remains active until at least one automatically stored TP station has been found. The memory locations of the AS level may also be stored manually, see Station memory section, page 81. Returning to FM or AM level
RDS is a European service provided by broadcasting companies, which makes finding the required VHF programme much easier and aids good reception. When the RDS function is switched on, RDS station will be recognised by the fact that the programme name is displayed instead of the station frequency. RDS stations transmit information which is automatically evaluated by the RDS radio or when the RDS function is active. RDS and the REG and TP functions associated with RDS can be set in the Audio Settings menu:

In the Audio menu:

Press the SETTINGS button c. The Audio Settings menu appears.
Switching RDS on/off Select the RDS menu item in the Audio Settings menu. The RDS menu appears. There are now two options to influence the RDS behaviour of the Infotainment System:

To stop the fast search using the menu, select the jj or kk menu item again.
Random CD The tracks are played in random order. Random CD is not available for MP3 playback.
Scan CD All tracks on the CD are played briefly.
The _ symbol appears on the display. To listen to the complete currently selected track and exit the Scan function, activate Normal in the CD Extras menu, press the J button 4. You can also switch the Scan function on and off by pressing the J button.
The [ symbol appears on the display. To exit the random function, activate Normal in the CD Extras menu.
Various further functions for CD/MP3 playback can be set using the CD Extras menu.
Repeat Track The current CD/MP3 track is repeated until you select a different mode.
Select the Extras menu item in the CD menu.
The ] symbol appears on the display. To exit the repeat function, activate Normal in the CD Extras menu, Press the I button 4. You can also switch the repeat function on and off by pressing the I button.

Show title

The following functions can be selected: Normal CD/MP3 tracks are played in their normal order. All tracks on an MP3 CD are sorted and played in alphabetical and numerical order in this mode.
Activate this function if the Infotainment System is to display the name of a track instead of the elapsed track time. For audio CDs the name of the track is only displayed if the CD has CD text.

Selecting MP3 albums

If the MP3 CD consists of several albums (directories), the required album can be selected as follows:
Press the rocker switch I or J d repeatedly until the required album appears in the display. You will hear the first track of the selected album. To avoid long access times a maximum of 20 albums should be used. All directories without MP3 files are automatically skipped.

Sound settings

Set the volume separately and individually for each source (radio, CD/MP3) using Treble and Bass or select one of the preset sound styles using Sound. You can also set the volume distribution using Fader and Balance. The settings for fader and balance apply to all sources and cannot be set separately.

Treble

Select the Treble menu item. Select the required value for treble and confirm by pressing the click dial. Select the Bass menu item. Select the required value for bass and confirm by pressing the click dial.

If navigation is inactive:

If navigation is active.

Destination input
The following options for destination input are available:
Intelligent typewriter When you enter destinations, the system compares the character string already entered with all database entries on the navigation CD. Once you select a character, you will notice that only certain letters remain displayed. Only those characters can be selected on the typewriter that can be used to further determine the name.
Input new destination: To input a new
destination address with country, city, road, number or corner, see page 95.
POIs: Selection of special destinations (restaurants, hotels, etc.), see page 98. Destination memory: To select a
destination from the address book, the list of destinations last used or to load the home address, see page 99. input a destination using a cursor on the navigation map, see page 107.

Entering letters

Characters for navigation are entered by selecting letters from a list of letters, digits and special characters. When you enter a town or road name, for example, an input menu will appear. In the following, it will simply be called typewriter.
Entering destinations via the map 3: To
The Infotainment System automatically completes entries with the possible further characters. Deleting characters When you have entered the wrong character:
In the event that the destination is in a different country, it might not be stored on the current navigation CD. In this case, you should first input a larger city near the destination which is stored on the CD. After you have reached this city, insert the navigation CD of the destination country and input the destination town.
Move the cursor to the desired character by turning the click dial. The currently selected character is highlighted. Confirm the selection by pressing the click dial. The selected character will be transferred to the input field.
Select the jC menu item in the typewriter. The last character selected is deleted. If the Infotainment System has automatically completed characters, these characters are also deleted again.
Cancelling entering characters
Turn the click dial anti-clockwise until the hidden menu item Cancel is displayed. Select Cancel to finish entering characters. The Destin. input menu is displayed.
Lists During destination input the List menu item can be selected on the typewriter. Depending on the character string entered so far, the number of entries in the list is displayed after the menu item. When entering a character or a character combination the selection options in the corresponding list are reduced. If there are fewer than 6 entries in the list, the selection list is automatically displayed. Cancelling list selection

The typewriter for entering characters is displayed. Enter a new city name by selecting the letters on the typewriter. When the number of possible entries in the town list is small enough, the selection list with town names will be automatically displayed. Select the desired town from the list.
The typewriter for entering characters is displayed. Enter a new road name by selecting the letters on the typewriter. When the number of possible entries in the street list is small enough, the selection list with street names will be automatically displayed. Select the desired street from the list.
Corner As an alternative to the house number you can also enter an intersecting street (corner) for the destination.
Select the Corner menu item in the Destin. input menu. If a destination address has already been input, the street name of the last destination entered is displayed instead of the Corner menu item.
Enter the street name of the intersecting road as previously described.

Activating guidance

In the main menu:
In the Destin. input menu:
Entering parts of a destination address. If you want to enter a new road, house number or a new intersecting road, select the corresponding menu item from the Destin. input menu. Entering locations via the postal code If postcodes are stored on the inserted country CD you can enter the postcode instead of the town name when entering locations. When the number of possible entries in the town list is small enough, the selection list with town names will be automatically displayed.
Select the Start Navi menu item to start guidance. The Destin. input menu is displayed and the route will be calculated (this may take several seconds). Guidance see page 101.
Select the Start Navi menu item to start guidance. You can save the destination entered in the address book using the Save menu item, see page 100.
If more than ten POIs are available for the selected category, the typewriter will be displayed. With open typewriter:
Limit the number of destinations by entering one or several initial characters or select the List menu item. Select the required destination from the list.

Entering POIs

Interesting or useful special destinations along the route or for the destination location can be selected. The Infotainment System offers different categories in this respect in which important addresses are stored: depending on your current position. at the destination.
Vicinity current position: Shows you POIs Vicinity Destination: Shows you all POIs

When list is displayed:

In other towns: Shows you POIs in the town of your choice. Nationwide: Shows you POIs of nationwide importance (e.g. airports, ferries, etc.).

Opens the Destin. input menu. Destination memory (only Graphic Info Display) Opens the destination memory. Map , Map / Pictogram , Arrow (only Colour Info Display) 3 Switches between the three possible types of display. Scale (only Colour Info Display) 3 Changes the scale for the map display.
Detour Opens the menu for planning an alternative route. A detour can be planned at any time while guidance is active. Planning detours, see page 106. When dynamic guidance is active, information to this effect will appear automatically as soon as you approach a road obstruction on your route. Dynamic guidance see page 106. Repeat Repeats the current navigation announcement. If the Infotainment System receives corresponding traffic information via RDS TMC an obstruction on your road will be announced as well. The current announcement can be repeated at any time using the button 0.
Setting display type 3 Depending on the display type previously set:
On the destination guidance screen, move the cursor to the Map, Map / Pictogram or Arrow menu item. When the menu is collapsed the , or symbols are displayed instead of the menu texts.
Press the click dial repeatedly until the required display is shown on the guidance screen.
Guidance with arrow display The Infotainment System displays the following information on the guidance screen: Road turn-off: Next road to be driven on. Navigation parameters: Route class, dynamic guidance, announcements off, etc. Turn or directional arrow. Current distance to the next turn-off point. The closer you get to the turn-off point, the more segments of the directional arrow are filled. 6
If the car is beyond a public road (e.g. company site or forest path) or not on a road stored on the navigation CD a compass card pointing in the direction of the destination is displayed. When a road is reached that is stored on the navigation CD route guidance is performed. After switching off the Infotainment System (e.g. when interrupting a journey) the current destination remains saved. When the Infotainment System is switched on again, a prompt asking if guidance is to be continued appears after a short time.
Detailed arrows 3 If the Detailed arrows function is active, an additional early warning is displayed above the directional arrow that informs you about the next change in driving direction well in advance. A bar with the distance to the turn-off point appears on the right-hand side of the screen.
When approaching the next junction or turn, a detailed view of the junction is displayed. Activating detailed arrows in the Navi Settings menu, see page 118.
Map display 3 Next to the arrow displayed for guidance a map display with the route drawn in can be selected.

Changing map scale 3

Displaying special destinations 3 You can have special destinations (POIs) (e.g. petrol station, hotels, etc.) displayed on the map. Activating the display of POIs, see page 117. POIs symbol overview see page 122. Combined map/arrow display 3 The split screen shows a combination of map and arrow display on the guidance screen.

Destination map: If a destination has
been entered, the map with the surrounding area of the current destination is displayed.
Select the Map menu item in the Navigation main menu. The position map of the current vehicle position is displayed.
Leaf / Browse: Turns the cursor on and off and allows the cursor to be moved using the rocker switch d. Shifting the map section see page 108. Scale: Changes the scale for the map Set destin. point: Sets the cross of the
cursor as the new destination. Entering destinations via the map see page 108. display. Changing map scale see page 105.
Select the Menu menu item on the guidance screen. Then select the View menu item. The position map of the current vehicle position and a cursor are displayed.
Shifting the map section 3 If the position map or the destination map is displayed, the cursor shown can be moved using the rocker switch. If no cursor is displayed (e.g. when navigation is inactive):
Entering destinations via the mapWhile the position or destination map is displayed:
Select the Set destin. point menu item in the menu bar to accept the selected position on the map as the destination. The Destin. input menu with the details of the new destination is displayed. Select Save to save the destination in the address book. select Start Navi to activate guidance to the new destination. If you have activated the display of special destinations (e.g. petrol stations) in the Navi Settings menu, these are indicated on the map by corresponding symbols. See page 117.
Activate the cursor with the Leaf menu item if it is not already shown. Move the cursor to the desired point on the map. Initially use a large map scale (e.g. 20, 50 or 100 km) to roughly set the map section. Then select a small scale to show a detailed map of all roads and to be able to exactly define the destination.
Select the Leaf menu item in the menu bar to show the cursor. Move the cursor lines to the desired position on the map using the rocker switch d. The map section is automatically shifted when you reach the screen edge with one of the cursor lines.
Select the Browse menu item in the menu bar to restore the original map section (current position or destination) and hide the cursor.
Destinations beyond digitised roads 3 When entering destinations via the navigation map you can also save destinations that are beyond a digitised road. The Infotainment System will then guide you as far as possible via digitised roads. After that you are guided to the destinations via a directional arrow.

Setting language

You can change the language of navigation announcements. Setting the language see page 113.
By pressing the INFO button the most important information about the selected audio source and on navigation are summarised. In addition, you can access detailed information on navigation and the current traffic situation via RDS TMC by using submenus.

Handling CDs

Avoid finger marks when handling CDs. After removing from the CD player, put CD back into the sleeve immediately, to protect it from damage and dirt. Dirt and liquids on CDs can contaminate the lens of the CD player in the unit and lead to malfunctions. Store CDs away from heat and direct sunlight.

POIs symbol overview 3

When showing POIs on the navigation map the following symbols are used: Symbol Meaning Airport a
Symbol Meaning Exhibition centre !

TMC symbols overview 3

When showing the TMC map the following symbols are used: Symbol Meaning For small scales:
V u % $ Q P c r A [ & C J ] G g k Z L O y
Amusement park ATM Automobile club Bank Bus station Car park Car rental company Car repair Chemist Church Cinema City Clinic Community centre Council office Court house Cultural centre Destination Education Embassy Entertainment
F f e Y H h i o m n D M p R T B b E q S X U x I
Ferry Fire station Railway station Golf course Hospital Hotel Industrial estate Library Marina Military base Monument Museum Park Park + Ride Petrol station Police Post office Restaurant Services Shopping centre Sports centre Theatre Tourist attraction Tourist information
Road obstruction in the indicated direction of travel Road obstruction in both directions of travel Roadworks Danger Slippery road Poor weather conditions Bad roadway Accidents Slow-moving or stop-and-go traffic Stationary traffic Delays, waiting time Exceptional vehicles Narrow road sections No parking possibility Vehicle on wrong carriageway Closed roads

In the detailed display:

Symbol Meaning
Bad visibility Strong wind Smog alert Overhead clearance restriction Observe information in the radio

Glossary

In the FM and AM wavebands all receivable stations can be stored automatically. These stations are stored in a separate AS memory. If you drive out of the reception area of the stored station new stations can be stored.

Twin tuner

For enhanced functionality with RDS and RDS TMC the Infotainment System has a second FM tuner (VHF receiver) that searches the transmission environment for RDS stations and therefore always ensures optimum availability of traffic information. This means that the short interruptions in reception when searching for the optimum reception frequency (alternative frequency), with which users of RDS radios with single tuners will be familiar, are now a thing of the past.

Lists... 76

Entering destinations via the map. 108 Entering letters.. 94 EON... 87, 125
Main display.. 73 Maintenance and Care. 121 Map display.. 105 Map scale.. 105 Menu concept.. 74 Menu displays.. 69 Menu levels.. 74 Menu operation.. 75 Menus... 75 Messages on the map.. 112 MP3... 87, 125 Mute function.. 72
Fader.. 91 Feature pages.. 74 Function buttons.. 76
Navigation.. 92 Activating guidance.. 97 Activating the navigation system. 93 Changing destinations in the address book.. 101 Deleting destinations from the address book.. 101 Deleting home address.. 100 Destination input.. 94 Destination mem.. 99 Entering POIs... 98 Functioning.. 92 Global Positioning System.. 92 Input new destination.. 95 Inserting/removing navigation CDs.. 93 Lists... 95 Route list... 111 Selecting destinations from the address book.. 100 Setting route class.. 116 Speech output settings..109, 113 Storing and changing a home address.. 100 Typewriter.. 94 Voice output.. 92
Programme Service Name. 125 PTY - programme type. 125
Radio.. 79 Automatic search.. 80 Autostore.. 83 Selecting waveband.. 79 Station list... 80 Station memory. 81 Radio mode... 79 RDS (Radio Data System). 84, 125 Switching off... 85 Switching on.. 84 Recalling main functions. 76 Regional programmes. 85, 125 Rocker switch.. 80
Scale... 102 SDVC..115, 125 Selection pages.. 74 Setting display type. 103 Setting language. 113 Settings.. 113 Audio settings.. 114 Delete lists.. 118 Extra.. 118 Ignition lock logic.. 114 Map options.. 117 Navigation settings.. 116 RDS (Radio Data System). 114 Route class.. 116 System settings.. 113 TMC... 117 Volumes.. 115
Settings pages.. 74 Software update. 125 Sound... 91 Sound settings.. 90 Sound style.. 91 Start-up volume.. 116 Station list.. 80 Station memory.. 81 Manually storing stations.. 81 Recall stations.. 81 Storing stations using the Radio menu.. 81 Steering wheel remote control.. 70, 77 Steering wheel 1.. 77 Steering wheel 2.. 78 Switching on and off.. 72 with the ignition key.. 72 System settings.. 113
TA Volume... 125 TMC.. 125 TMC messages.. 112 TP.. 86, 125 Traffic programme.. 86 Deactivating traffic announcements. 86 Only listening to traffic announcements. 86 Station list.. 87 Switching off TP. 86 Switching on TP. 86 Treble... 90 Troubleshooting.. 119 Twin tuner... 68, 124

Operation.. 72

Planning detours. 106 Pop-up menus.. 76 Position map.. 107
Volume of traffic announcements. 86 setting.. 72

Display menus

Symbols .. 71... 71... 71.. 71 ... 71.. 103 .. 71 ... 71 .. 103 .. 103 Ij.. 80 kI.. 80 jC... 94 K.. 73... 73 ... 73 [ ].. 71, 86 A
Addressbook.. 99 All... 118 All Info types.. 117 AM.. 71, 77, 79 AM AS... 79 AM level... 84 Arrival time.. 118 Arrow.. 103

Arrow... 102 AS.. 71 AS level.. 83 Autostore.. 83
Balance... 90 Bass... 90 Browse... 108
Calculate.. 106 CD.. 77 CD Error... 120 CD in.. 71, 87 Centred... 117 Continue.. 114 Corner... 97 Country... 95 Cur. Pos.. 118
Delete.. 99, 101, 118 Delete lists.100, 101, 118 Destin. input. 95, 99, 102 Destinat... 118 Destination map.. 107 Destination mem.. 102 Detailed arrows.. 118 Detour.. 103, 106 Driving time.. 118 Dynamic guidance.. 117
Edit..99, 100, 101 External In.. 115 Extras..79, 80, 89
Menu.95, 99, 102, 107 Motorway.. 116 MP3.. 71, 87 Music.. 115
Fader.. 90 Fastest... 116 Filtering.. 118 FM..71, 77, 79 FM AS... 79 FM Level.. 84
Nationwide.. 98 NAVI... 111 Navi Announc.. 115 No... 96 Normal.. 89 North up.. 117
Shortest... 116 Show POIs.. 117 Sound.. 77, 90, 91 Start Navi.. 97, 108 Start-up volume.. 115 Station.. 80, 81 Station list.. 80 Stop navi.. 102 Store... 80 Street.. 96
TA Volume... 115 Test Navi announcement.. 115 TMC..71, 107, 112, 118 Toll free... 117 Town... 96 TP.. 71, 86 Track.. 88 Traffic stations.. 87 Treble... 90

Head up.. 117 Home.. 99

POIs... 98 Position map.. 107 PTY selection.. 82 PTY station.. 83
Ign. logic.. 114 In other towns.. 98 Info type.. 117
RDS.. 84 REG.. 71, 85 Repeat... 115 Repeat.. 103 Return... 75 Route.. 118
Language.. 113 Last destinat.. 99 Leaf... 108 Leaf / Browse.. 107 List... 98

User... 91

Vicinity current position.. 98 Vicinity Destination.. 98 View.. 107
Saving. 97, 100, 101, 108 Scale..105, 107 Scale .. 102 SDVC... 115 Search available stations. 81 Secondary roads. 116 Set destin. point..107, 108 Settings.. 113
MAIN... 75 Manual.. 80 Map... 103, 105, 107 Map / Pictogram..103, 105 Map / Pictogram .. 102 Map ... 102
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